Some various and sundry (or sun-dried) things going on out there:
From the Journal Gazette & Times-Courier, six things in the news.
From National Review, if you want know who "normalized" Donald Trump, look left.
From AOL News, the most powerful female on Trump's team is not who you'd think.
From Politico, Trump's designee for Attorney General is already catching flak.
From USA Today, "Who is Michael Flynn" whom Trump has tapped for National Security Adviser?
From the New York Post, Trump has some other unfinished business to take care of.
From Twitchy, the irony of Trump's predecessor's warning about "fake news".
From The Daily Caller, some of the under-reported attacks on Trump supporters.
From CNN, here's someone who didn't vote, but if he had, would have voted for Trump.
From The Jerusalem Post, Benjamin Netanyahu has some advice for Trump.
From FrontpageMag, what not to do if you want whites to vote for you.
From Gatestone Institute, don't call these guys what they are.
From Reuters, 32 well-off Sri Lankans join ISIS. (So much for terrorism being driven by economic concerns and poverty.)
From the Daily Mail, Britain's first Muslim female Lord Mayor defends herself in court.
From Warrior, some badassery from the U.S. and U.K. military.
From TechCrunch, can the tech industry solve political problems?
From Fox News, a judge is indicted for giving a gun to a felon.
And from Truth Revolt, a Twitter user exposes their double standard.